I Remember...: ...one of the greatest??? ... you decide!!!
Publication date: May 2004
Digital Book format: PDF (DRM-Free)
READ ALERT You should buy my book: "I Remember," by a member of the "Exceptional" "Special"/"Greatest Generation." - if your last name or family tree includes the name Wagnon, Lomax, Carr, Lambert or Cockriel, - if any family members were a personal part of a noticeable event in America's history like the "Dust Bowl", "Rush" to settle Oklahoma, the "Trail of Tears", "The Grapes of Wrath", "The Death March" in the Philippines, the "combat" landings on Guadalcanal, Tulagi, Tanambogo, Gavutu, Tarawa, Saipan or Tinian, - and/or lived or had family members in an orphanage, a child caring agency, or foster home, - if your family was ever "on relief", - attended or worked for Indiana University, Mount Union College, University of Conn. University of Nebraska, University of Pittsburgh, Rollins College, Trinity University or Samford University, - worked for the American Heart Association or was a major speaker at national meetings or was asked by the national TB Association to be a speaker at a national conference, - lived in Oklahoma City, Chicago, Bloomington, South Bend, Indiana, Detroit, San Diego, Romana, Calif., New Zealand, on the Hawaii "Big Island", Alliance, Ohio, Storrs, Conn., Milwaukee, Omaha, Des Moines, San Antonio, Pittsburgh, Birmingham, AL, Winter Park, Jacksonville, Neptune Beach, Florida, - fought in a war in a foreign land, - served in the U.S. Marine Corp. the Army, Navy, Air Force or Coast Guard, - have been baptized or "confirmed" by a religious order, - have been a Delta, United, Pam Am, Eastern, Northwestern, American, Continental or TW A "frequent flyer", - or a member of Marriott, Hyatt, Hilton, Ramada and/ or Holiday Inn bonus programs, - have some Cherokee or Choctaw Indian blood, - had a distant relative who had the same name as your grandfather, who in the very early Commonwealth days of Virginia was the first European to officially, publicly, properly, marry a full-blooded Cherokee lady,